Applications for Charles Sturt’s main round of scholarships due by early February

22 JANUARY 2020

Applications for Charles Sturt’s main round of scholarships due by early February

Current and commencing students are encouraged to apply for a range of scholarships in Charles Sturt's main round of scholarship offerings before the Wednesday 5 February deadline.

  • Charles Sturt’s main round of scholarships close on Wednesday 5 February
  • Scholarships are available to students studying at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga or online
  • Successful applicants can use money to pay for accommodation, travel, food, textbooks or relocation expenses

Continuing and commencing Charles Sturt University students are being urged to apply for any scholarships on offer during the main round, which will close on Wednesday 5 February.

Hundreds of thousands of dollars in assistance is available through scholarships on offer in the University’s latest round of offerings.

A number of scholarships are available for first-year students, including the Bush Children’s Education Foundation (BCEF) Scholarship, which is open to first-year students from remote communities studying select courses.

The Charles Sturt Bushfire Scholarship is available to first-year and continuing students in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga who have been affected by bushfires.

There are also scholarships tailored for specific courses, including business, information technology, agriculture, nursing, pharmacy, education and veterinary science.

Director of the Charles Sturt Advancement Office Ms Sarah Ansell said the main round of scholarship offerings have options to suit students from an range of financial situations, course options and geographical locations.

“Charles Sturt University offers a range of scholarships intended to support students with a variety of needs,” she said.

“Scholarships are based on academic performance, financial need, home location, community involvement or dedication to a particular area of study.

Ms Ansell said students can benefit significantly if successful and urges students to look carefully at scholarships that are available and determine which one best suits their needs.

A full list of scholarships offered by Charles Sturt is available on the University’s website.

Media Note:

For more information, contact Nicole Barlow at Charles Sturt Media on 0429 217 026 or news@csu.edu.au.

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